This video traces the amazing year of Sarah-Quita Offringa from Pozo, Gran Canaria until the ultimate 2019 Mercedes-Benz Aloha Classic on Maui where she was crowned 2019 Wave World Champion.
The World Cup in New Caledonia is finished and we have a 2019 Slalom World Champion – Big congrats to Delphine Cousin Questel! Also congrats to Matteo Iachino Ita-140 for becoming Vice World Champion!
We caught up with Jaeger Stone about his injury that happened after the world cup in Sylt. He had a solid season before the accident with winning the wave world cup in Tenerife. Due to his injury, he could not compete in the last wave event of the year in Maui. ...
We are extremely proud and excited to share with all of you the news that the Starboard iFoil has been selected as the 2024 Olympic Equipment, replacing the RS:X equipment after the 2020 Olympic Games. The iFoil concept is the fruit of many years of windsurf foiling...
Our vision is to keep enjoying the playground we love and have fun in. We know this comes as a cost to nature but we can help nature recover and give it a helping hand where we can. For the EFPT we will continue to make these events carbon neutral and in the future we can aim to make them 10 X Climate Net Positive.
We are happy to see Sarah-Quita and Philip as the 2019 Wave World Champions!
I was lucky and had a good pregnancy, and was able to windsurf in the first four months before the winter arrived. I didn’t use any special equipment, but I borrowed my boyfriend’s harness and I had a flexible wetsuit. When I was pregnant, I mostly enjoyed easy freeride sailing, foiling and easy wave sailing
16 x World Champion Sarah-Quita Offringa, known as the Queen of Windsurfing, sent us a short summary from her last months on the road. Test yourself and see if you can keep up with all the traveling.
Fin or foil, from 5 knots to 35 knots, the iFoil package delivers the ultimate in windsurfing racing performance with just one board, one foil, one fin, one sail. To find out all the details about our iFoil concept – read this news.
Philip Köster: “In the single elimination, I made it to 2nd place but unfortunately, I couldn’t defend it in the double-elimination since it was dead onshore and with 1 missing wave I couldn’t make it out in time because of the strong current and light wind. Now I’m looking forward to competing on Maui!”